|Tuesday, 08 June 2010 05:07|
Vajrayogini's mandala is unique because it does not follow the usual madla palace construction. Its two crossed triangles are each bordered by a yellow edge and the two protruding wings at each side contain small white bliss whirls. This geometric structure is placed in the middle of a circle of swirling vine like patterns surrounded by a ring of lotus petals (Skt: padmavali). In an outer circle around that is the light coloured circle of the eight great charnel grounds. Surrounding that is the small blue circle with alternating gold vajras and gold lines (Skt.: vajravali). The outermost circle is composed of the five colored flames (Skt.: jvalavali) of the fires of pristine awareness.
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